Alabama’s recruiting slowed down this past, week, as prospects participated in The Opening, a four day event of dynamic competition for the nation’s elite high school football players.

The Crimson Tide did manage to get a couple of recruits to commit and are in the running for three of the top QB prospects in the country. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:

-Five-star pro-style quarterback Matt Corral decommitted from USC last week and has three SEC teams vying for his services. The 6-2, 196-pound QB is projected to choose Georgia over Alabama and Florida.

However, Alabama is expected to have a chance to flip the No. 18 recruit in the nation when he visits Tuscaloosa in the next month.

-Five-star dual threat quarterback Justin Fields took an unofficial visit to Alabama last week, according to BamaOnLine. The 6-3, 221-pound QB from Kennesaw, Georgia has admitted that he does not speak as much to Alabama coaches as much as other coaches recruiting him.

Fields, the No. 3 recruit in the nation for the 2018 class, is likely to pick between Florida State and Florida as his destination, with the Seminoles holding a slight advantage now.

-Another five-star quarterback that the Crimson Tide would love to flip is Clemson commit Trevor Lawrence. He is the No. 1 recruit in the nation for the 2018 class. Though Lawrence has been committed to the Tigers since December, the Crystal Balls seem him flipping to Georgia.

Alabama is still working on recruiting the 6-6, 196-pounder from Cartersville, Ga. Nick Saban and Brent Key visited him in January, with Key meeting Lawrence again with new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

-Defensive end Stephon Wynn Jr. committed to Alabama with an announcement on Twitter last week. He is the No. 5 strong-side defensive end and the No. 23 player from the state of South Carolina.

Wynn unofficially visited Alabama on June 10.

-Four-star wide receiver Kearis Jackson, from Fort Valley, Ga., has placed Alabama in his top 8, but Georgia likely remains the favorite for the No. 21 WR recruit in the nation.

-Alabama will have one of it’s biggest recruits coming to Tuscaloosa from July 15-17, when Micah Parsons visits. The 6-3, 235-pound defensive lineman decommitted from Penn State earlier this year and has been linked to the Crimson Tide.

Though the No. 4 and the top ranked recruit at his position in the nation is seen as a favorite to sign with Ohio State, he named Alabama in his top 9 and the Crimson Tide should be a real competitor for his services.

-Another top defensive recruit for Alabama will be visiting Alabama this month. Tyson Campbell, a 6-2, 182-pound cornerback, speaks with Saban on a regular basis, according to

Miami and Ohio State are seen as the favorites for his services, but he is visiting Tuscaloosa twice in the coming months, according to Hank South, so that could play to Alabama’s advantage.

Hailing from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Saban will try to steal another prospect from American Heritage.

-Alabama will be all ears tonight as offensive tackle John Campbell announces his decision at 6:15 p.m. Miami remains the favorite for the 6-5, 284-pound lineman, who ranks 400 in the 2018 signing class.

-Defensive end Andres Fox is not ready to verbally commit to any school just yet, which may play in the favor of Alabama. Auburn is still seen as the favorite to land the 6-4, 232-pound DE.

Fox, from Mobile, is 19 ranked DE in the 2018 class and the No. 11 ranked prospect in Alabama.